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How to tell if a file was copied

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I'm running Windows 2000 server, SP3.  Our LAN is made up of Windows 2000 Pro and Windows XP Pro desktops.  Is there a way to tell if files from a specific directory on the network have been copied?  (IE:  If someone logged in and sent (copied) files to a ZIP disk from the S:\ drive).  Thank you.
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you can enable file auditing for that folder throught he local group policy on teh server.
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